Thursday, March 12, 2009

"Me and My Shadow"

When I saw the shadow on the wall of the Land Bridge, the shadow looked different and I thought the camera would capture that but it didn't really. They both look the same because the lower one is the shadow of the upper one. It is just a tiny bit smaller.


Katney said...

Shadows are interesting aren't they? Sometimes you wonder what is casting one. This one is pretty obvious.

Malyss said...

It makes a funny picture anyway;

RuneE said...

Nice concept that works very well. One can have a lot of fun playing around with such things. Keep at it!

becky aka theRAV said...

Still I like it very much. It looks like a piece of art tome. The top part looks painted on & then there is splatter.

storyteller said...

It's an interesting shot all the same. The shadow IS lighter in color too.
Hugs and blessings,

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